Dear Christian Indies,
Writing used to be a relatively straightforward proposition; one made a series of marks on a surface using first only basic, blunt tools but later sophisticated implements and inks. These marks were known, inteligible symbols to other humans – a part of the universal code we now call, “common language.” Today, there are just as many “right” ways to write a book as there are individual writing styles. This means many options are available for you, awesome Indie, when it comes to assembling your own tools of the writing trade!
A cursory internet search for “Tools for Writers” will likely provide you with an overwhelming array of options and opinions about which tools are best for our line of work. Many writers have a strong opinion on whether a newbie should buy a PC or a Mac, for instance, while some veteran hacks insist it is the actual choice of word processor that makes all the difference in their productivity. Meanwhile, a third subset will be shrieking, “both are critical,” insisting one needs this type of machine to run this ideal piece of software.
What is a writer to do? Well, you can tune in to today’s episode, where we’re going to break down some of the current options out there for you. Each of our hosts will also let us know a little bit about her own writerly hardware. This episode promises to be chock full of information to help you make wise decisions about your gear and your budget, thereby optimizing your writing business’s performance.
I Can’t wait to see you there!